4.5. The fundamental usage of the future perfect form
4.5.1. The time representation of the future perfect form
The future perfect form (FuPF) is the form which is "will" or "shall" with the perfect form, have and the past participle. See the following this time representation.
The separation of M and E from the present is the same as the far future expression.
In the above, M and E are also separated from each other, since M is determined in view of S, and then E is done like the past perfect form (PaPF). This is also explained in the next section. (*22)
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